Super 8 Twin Falls
Travel Blogs from Twin Falls
Stephandalex stayed here on Jul 5, 2010 during their trip titled: Rio to Tokyo 2010.
... But Ken wanted to go and I am glad we did. A most interesting place. It is actually the newest lava flow we have on the mainland US. This happened about 2000 years ago, it looks like it just happened. Just miles and miles and miles and miles of lava rock and lava flow. What happened here 2000 years ago is compared to what is happening in Hawaii today.
And the campground really was in the lava fields. ...
... the Snake River Canyon.
Our next stop was the Shoshone Falls. Lovely views and the water level was only at medium. It would be great to see it at high level.
We left the falls and then headed to find an information centre. This was situated next to the Perrine Bridge. We drove back up the main street and found a hotel and checked in. Early night in to see if Darryl can get better.
... tennis, golf, sking, pools, outdoor theatre, etc., etc.
We also snoped around some of the local neighborhoods. Who would not want to live here - some of the most lush landscaped lawns ever!
Group Dinner and Happy Hour.
Theatre Night - Other Desert Cities - at The Liberty Theatre in Hailey ID. The play's subject matter was pretty intense, but the actors did a great job. Enjoyed.
Sun Valley is lovely!
An early morning brief bike ride on the path next to our campground. Sun Valley has bike paths everywhere - I have never seen so many people running and biking! Ketchum is a very cute resort town and you can tell it's pricey! We plan to walk the town some time this week. If you are a person ...